German Head Gear
Well, few did it better than Germans when it came to head gear in terms of creating an iconic symbol of their fighting force. First, the Picklehaube spiked helmets of WW1 and then the traditional Stahlhelm or steel helmets that first were issued in 1916. The Steel helmets saw minor design changes through the end of WW2 and are classified by year of release (much like other german gear). M16, M17, M18, M34, M35, M36, M37, M38, M39, M40, and M42
The Germans also had a variety of Civilian or "Civic" helmets that to this day can be acquired for more reasonable prices in most cases.
There is no shortage of visors, field caps, mess caps or "overseas" caps for the collector to find on the market, although reproductions are rampant and the buyer should buy from reliable sources whenever possible.
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SMGL-2526 M16/17 Transitional Single decal Heer Helmet, previously a double decal
$1,495.00Add to cart
SMGL-2093 Nazi Soldatenbund Veteran Cap Pioniere
$700.00Add to cart
SMGL-2048 M35 Helmet Shell Possible Snow Camo
$300.00Add to cart
SMGH-08 Waffen SS Single Decal M-40
$4,000.00Add to cart